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, a report conducted by the pakistani government says the government with gross incompetence in tracking osama bin laden. al jazeera said the country stopped trying to find him as early as 2005 and bin laden was lef living within the borders for nine years. it also explains how he escaped from tora bora and pakistan and how he was worried about overhead surveillance and he wore a cowboy hat while he was outside. it shows a car he was riding in was stopped by speeding for pakistani police not long after 9/11. the report says an al qaeda operative, quote, quickly settled the matter with the officer. i guess you can use your imagination how that went. and they went on their way. >>> we want to update you on egypt where the muslim brotherhood calling for a national uprising accusing the military of stealing last year's revolution by force. the call for action came just hours after yesterday's early morning attack on protesters near a military compound in cairo. egyptian health officials say at least 51 people died and more than 400 were injured in that attack. military officials say they wer
of demonstrators are preparing for another day of protests as the fate of egypt's government remains uncertain at this hour. they are calling for morsi to be reinstated and they are finding themselves at center of violent crashes with the egyptian army. atia joins us from cairo. >> reporter: it was a bloody start here this morning. we saw clashes between supporters and the egyptian army. . mohamed morsi is believed to be held at headquarters of the republican guard. morsi supporters tried to storm the building and that's why they responded. but according to supporters, they say it was an unprovoked attack. at least 42 people have been killed including an egyptian soldier in those clashes. this is causing much more political unrest. we're waiting to see what will come about because of the situation, because of the bloody morning. we are expecting a press conference by an umbrella group shortly. they may be call ong the release of the mohamed morsi in the next two days. and no clue what that will involve in the future if that means the pro morsi supporters will go out in the street and create mo
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